Who we are

In a life without sound, our work provides meaning. As a leading provider of innovative hearing care solutions, we are not just a company that makes products: we are a team on a mission to help people enjoy the delight of hearing. To enable a life without limitations, we – through our core business brands Phonak, Unitron, Hansaton, Advanced Bionics and AudioNova – develop, manufacture and distribute solutions that push the limits of technology and redefine the future of our industry.

Bathurst, Australia


We have a great opportunity for a passionate and skilled Audiologist/Audiometrist at our Bathurst clinic in regional NSW. Full-time position, high-performing clinic and established client base, fantastic team, vibrant regional centre. Generous relocation package on offer. Come work with us!


Who are we?

Connect Hearing is a leading provider of hearing health care services with a network of 140+ centres nationwide. We exist to make a positive difference in our clients lives through better hearing and are driven by our commitment to provide client focused care, supported by the latest innovations in hearing care technology.


We are proud to be part of Sonova, the leading manufacturer of innovative hearing care solutions, present in over 100 countries across the world. Our talented and passionate employees all over the world know they contribute to something greater than themselves – they create a life without limitation through the sense of hearing. Join our mission and become part of our team!


What's in it for you?

  • A competitive salary, bonus plan and benefits
  • A generous relocation package (where applicable)
  • Administration time in the calendar daily for clinical notes
  • Collaborative approach, giving you control of how you manage clinic KPI's/targets
  • Paid CPD leave for your professional development
  • Online Wellbeing Centre
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • A values driven people centered culture where collaboration and teamwork are critical
  • A strong focus on clinical excellence and skills development including our Blink program, designed to help build great soft skills and strong relationships with our clients
  • Local Clinical Coaches in each state for ongoing clinical support with the resources you need to perform your role well
  • Being a part of a dynamic and supportive team with a company that is at the forefront of innovation in the hearing industry
  • Access to the cutting-edge technology of Phonak and Unitron products and the opportunity to work with innovative tools such as our online Speech Perception Test, allowing clients to drive their own hearing journey
  • Ethical client centered service and clinical autonomy – we give you the tools, skills and practices, you apply them your way
  • An environment where clinician input is highly valued, with numerous ongoing opportunities for you to be heard and make a difference both at Connect Hearing and in the lives of your clients

What will you be doing?

  • Assessing and diagnosing the extent of client hearing loss using a wide range of techniques, including audiometric tests
  • Reporting results of assessments and tests in writing and making referrals to medical practitioners
  • Recommending solutions to those with hearing impairment including amplification, implantable devices, medical interventions and assistive listening devices and providing aural rehabilitation programs
  • Providing counselling, advice and information to clients and families as a part of overall treatment
  • Assisting with the development and management of noise control and hearing conservation strategies
  • Providing treatment and management of hearing and communication disorders that may be age related, part of a disability, or acquired as a result of injury or disease

Required skills and experience

  • University Audiology qualification or TAFE Audiometry Qualification
  • Current membership (CCP) or eligibility for membership (CCP) of the ASA, ACAud or HAASA.
  • Current QP number or eligibility to obtain one
  • Solid audiological skills and knowledge
  • Excellent levels of customer care and service, and a passion for delivering an amazing client experience
  • Ability to learn and understand new software with training
  • Proven ability to achieve KPI's
  • Well developed interpersonal, negotiation and problem-solving skills
  • Commitment to continued professional development
  • Good team working skills
  • Ability to network with GP's and other allied health professionals
  • Full working rights in Australia


Sounds good?

Apply now or get in touch at Careers.ACAustralia@sonova.com to find out more!

Sonova is an equal opportunity employer

We team up. We grow talent. We collaborate with people of diverse backgrounds to win with the best team in the market place. We guarantee every person equal treatment in regard to employment and opportunity for employment, regardless of a candidate’s ethnic or national origin, religion, sexual orientation or marital status, gender, genetic identity, age, disability or any other legally protected status.